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Pleonasms in Legal English

Pleonasms—the use of more words than are necessary to convey meaning—in oral and written forms of English legal jargon often take on a single meaning.

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The Legacy of the Linguist

Following on from my last post on the fundamental differences between translation and interpretation, in this entry I shall consider the life span of each, and

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The Fear of the Alien

For many of us, contact with a culture that is different from our own can be rather intimidating –  whether we like to admit it

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On Linguistic Landscape

In a previous post we dealt with the issue of multilingualism and the consequences it has in people’s lives. That article made reference to the

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Modifiers, Interrupted

As linguists, our work often times requires translating complex texts that include sentences and structures of all lengths and types. Given that sentence structures are

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